Posts Tagged ‘tutorial’

DIY Bride how-to-make-a-star-fascinator by Glam Hatters as seen on The National Vintage Wedding Fair

DIY Bride: How To Make a Star Fascinator for your Wedding Day

This DIY Bride: How To blog post is brought to you by Janie Lawson of Glam Hatters. They run hat making hen party workshops with vintage afternoon tea at their venue in London and across the UK. And they will be hosting our London workshops – more news of that coming soon! Today they are […] Read more…

DIY Tutorial: watercolour placemats by Carrie Southall as featured on The National Vintage Wedding Fair blog

DIY wedding tutorial: watercolour placemats for your wedding breakfast

Here’s an easy and pretty way to incorporate a handmade element into your day and liven up your tables with a gorgeous pop of colour. The DIY wedding tutorial is by Carrie Southall Design who is a London based wedding designer and stylist. You will need: * Water colour paper – we used A4 for this DIY, but […] Read more…

DIY Tutorial How to make a flower hoop for your wedding by Ruth Tilley from Festoon as featured on The National Vintage Wedding Fair

How To Make a Flower Hoop

The flower hoop is actually a vintage idea used throughout the early 20th century.  Well they are making an updated comeback and are over the moon about it. Always searching for the timeless idea that hasn’t been done in a while, the wedding industry is currently jumping on board the flower hoop band wagon! Talk to your […] Read more…

How to create Vintage Victory Rolls

Today’s blog is a guest blog from Catriona Kelly, the lady behind The Victory Salon who is taking us through how to create victory rolls in your hair – perfect for a vintage 1940s wedding! http://magpiewedding.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=6748&action=editWhenever we ask people what vintage beauty they need help with the resounding answer is always victory rolls. Here at […] Read more…

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